2nd December 2016
MSI's Massachusetts accounting member Abrams Little-Gill Loberfeld PC is proud to announce that Principal Wayne E. ("Nick") Nichols, CPA, CVA has been selected as a 2017 Five Star Financial Services Professional by Boston Magazine.
The 2017 Five Star Financial Services Professional award ranks Nick in the top echelon of Financial Services Professionals in the Boston area.
For the award, Financial Services Professionals are evaluated by Crescendo Business Services on 10 objective criteria points including their 5-year client retention rate, personal production in the industry and community involvement. Nick is a three-time recipient of this award, having also been selected as a Five Star Financial Services Professional in 2013 and 2016.
Nick directs and administers the business valuation segment of Abrams Little-Gill Loberfeld PC (ALL). In addition to business valuation he is also a tax planning and high-net-worth wealth services expert. His clients operate in many different sectors, including high technology, life sciences, publishing, wholesale distribution, manufacturing, health care, professional services and other fields of industry.
Abrams Little-Gill Loberfeld PC is proud to share Nick’s achievement and for the standard of excellence he brings to his clients.
ALL CPAs is a full-service certified public accounting and business advisory firm located in Chestnut Hill, MA. We specialize in tailoring services to suit the needs of individuals and their families, closely held businesses, business owners and entrepreneurs as well as high net worth clients and nonprofit organizations.
View firm profile
New headquarters for @MSI_Global in London. We recently moved our headquarters to 10 Queen Street Place at the Lon… https://t.co/sk8PY556yB
Register for our free webinar and international panel discussion on trading with the UK post Brexit. Leading accoun… https://t.co/EsDqZVlRYD
MSI's Portuguese member Moneris @RPA_Moneris launches new mobile app to help clients plan and manage #tax payments… https://t.co/yIYisFWqPm